CHDI earns national nod

Clinic recognized for patient-centered care

Community Health Development Inc. in Uvalde has received recognition as a patient-centered medical home from the National Committee on Quality Assurance.

“As an organization, one of our strategic goals was to secure PCMH recognition again and the board is very pleased to know that our commitment to provide the community the best health care is being realized,” said Monica Gonzales, CHDI board chairman.

The National Committee on Quality Assurance awards recognition on three levels, with Level 3 being the highest possible achievement.

Two of CHDI’s sites – Our Health/Nuestro Centro de Salud in Uvalde and Rolling Hills Health in Leakey – earned Level 3 recognition, while Canyon Health Center in Camp Wood earned Level 2 recognition and was only 1.1 points away from earning Level 3.


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